Indianapolis Business Journal

DEC. 23-29, 2022

Could Indiana eliminate its individual income tax and still bring in enough money to pay for state government and schools? Would it boost the state's economy by attracting companies and workers? IBJ reporter Peter Blanchard explores the concepts as Indiana lawmakers pursue a blue-ribbon commission to study the state's tax structure. Also, an ice cream shop in the Mass Ave Cultural District is serving as a model for employing people with disabilities. And reporter Dave Lindquist talks to a young local artist who has drawn several pages of a Batman comic.

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Memory Bank: Water in Indianapolis

The Indianapolis Water Co. building occupied 113 Monument Circle from the early 1900s until it was razed in 1958. In this picture from 1942, the building is decorated for Christmas. The Indianapolis Water Co. was founded in 1881 following the sale of the Water Works Co. It operated until 2002, when the city of Indianapolis […]

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Holiday Wish List for Dec. 23, 2022

The following is a list of Indianapolis-area not-for-profits and the things each needs most. Wish List is our effort to help connect not-for-profits with people who can help them. Anyone who wishes to contribute should contact the organization directly.

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